Indian Cooking Classes In USA

Indian Cooking Classes In USA – Lexington, Massachusetts | 2 Dec-16 Dec

Heena Ganotra Heena Ganotra posted on Friday, Nov 26th, 2021

Want to saag your paneer and aloo your gobi in a country that is about pizzas and burgers? We understand! 

Indians, be it in India or USA, have this strange urge of keeping their palates happy, and why not? We are certified chatore(s) and crave for maa ke haath ka khaana like anything! 

Well, here’s your chance to treat yourself to self-made Indian food. From the many Indian events in USA, this one is happening in Lexington, Massachusetts. Know the details here – 

chef shailini

Chef Shailini

About The Chef 

Chef Shailini has been a life-long instructor. While she started her career as a lecturer at Boston University followed by Northeastern University, she now follows her passion for cooking. Owing to her father being a diplomat, Shailini has lived in almost every part of the world. However, her love for Indian food stood intact and continues to. The Indian Cooking Classes by her are being conducted in association with CozyMeal – an organizer of phenomenal culinary experiences. Indian Vibes, an Indian-American community portal, will keep updating you with such events so you can have the authentic taste of India even in USA. 

Indian Vibes is an initiative by MyTicketsToIndia which is a leading air-ticketing platform for Indians looking to book USA-IND-USA flights. This initiative aims to keep Indians in America feel at home. 

Indian Cooking Classes In USA | Schedule

DEC 2, 21

Thursday, 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM EST  (CDT)

Lexington, MA – 75230

Live in Lexington, MA |  Hindi/English

DEC 8, 21

Wednesday, 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM EST  (CDT)

Lexington, MA – 75230

Live in Lexington, MA |  Hindi/English

DEC 10, 21

Friday, 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM EST  (CDT)

Lexington, MA – 75230

Live in Lexington, MA |  Hindi/English

DEC 16, 21

Thursday, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST  (CDT)

Lexington, MA – 75230

Live in Lexington, MA |  Hindi/English

Indian Dishes You’ll Get To Learn | Menu

Brace yourselves to learn the Indian dishes that you can dahl-y over. These Indian cuisines are rooted in India’s age-old culinary traditions but still make their way into modern kitchens and lifestyles. Here is the 4-meal course you’ll learn to make, over the duration of 3 hours –

Kachumbar

With onions, tomatoes, radishes, and lemon.

Aloo Gobi Matar

With potatoes, cauliflower, peas, onions, ginger, garlic, tomatoes, and spices.

Chicken Tikka Masala

With onions, tomatoes, cream, yogurt, garlic, ginger, and spices.

Raita

With yogurt, cucumber, and spices.

Dhania Chutney

With tomatoes, garlic, lemon, mustard oil, coconut, and spices.

Saffron Pulao

With onions, milk, basmati rice, and nuts.

Kheer

With milk, rice, sugar, coconut, milk, cream, raisins, nuts, and cardamom.

Making Indian Dishes In USA | Ticket Price & Capacity

This cooking class will have not more than 12 enthusiasts who could either be beginners or amateurs at cooking Indian food. To let the fragrant aromas of spices and the warmth of home wrap you, make sure you follow the COVID-19 protocols. The host allows people to carry wine and beer so they can enjoy the class. The ticket price for this cooking class is $105 pp.

Good luck learning 7 Indian recipes from scratch! 

FAQs

Q: Are there any Indian cooking classes happening in New York?

Ans: While there are no classes happening in NY currently, Indian Vibes will keep you updated with similar events. |

Q: Are there any vegan courses for Indian dishes in USA?

Ans: We are working to gather data on this and will update as and when we find one.| 

Q: I am hosting a cooking class for Indians, can you help?

Ans: We’ll love to. Just drop us a mail and we’ll do the rest.

Intriguing much? Well, let’s take this opportunity to share another piece of craziness. Joe Perry, an American musician, was so impressed with the Indian cuisine that he said, “I love Indian food – it’s my favorite cuisine. I love the mixture of spices and the subtle flavors. It’s really erotic; the spices are so sensuous!” Even the Americans go gaga over Indian food. 

Well, stay tuned to Indian Vibes for the latest Indian events in USA – a sister-portal of MyTicketsToIndia dedicated to bringing India closer to Indians in America, one event at a time. In case you have a story/event to share, you can drop us a mail at indianvibes@myticketstoindia.com and we’ll love to spread the word.

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